St. John’s University is a private Catholic University founded in 1870 by the Vincentian Fathers. Located in New York City, St. John’s has produced more than 20 Fulbright grant recipients since 2012 and continues to mix the highest levels of education with personal development and community involvement. Students from 115 countries mingle on its three campuses, pursing bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in over 100 fields of study spread across the arts, business, education, pharmacy, natural sciences, and applied sciences. In addition, there are oversea campus locations in Italy and France, expanding the school network to global dimensions.
St. John’s emphasizes international service activities, global perspectives, innovate research, and a commitment to educational excellence. With a 17-to-one student/faculty ration, personal attention is given to all individuals in a hope to create active students and transformative world leaders.